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This show talks to major news makers, authors and celebrities. Hosted by Philadelphia radio veteran Paul Perrello on the 2nd Monday of each Month at 5:30 p.m.
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Interview with Actress Ta'Rea Campbell
(Apr 08, 2013) Play Dowanload

Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with Philadelphia native and actress TaRea Campbell about her starring role in the Broadway touring production of Sister Act, how it is similar to the 1992 Whoppi Goldberg movie and what it is like to part of a musical that is set in her hometown.

Interview with Author Jim Pauley
(Mar 11, 2013) Play Dowanload

Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talked with author Jim Pauley about his new book The Three Stooges: Hollywood Filming Locations. Pauleys ten-year labor-of-love of the Stooges documents the sites of the comedy trio's famous Columbia Pictures short films made in and around Hollywood between 1934 and 1958.

Interview with Author Jennifer Chiraverini
(Feb 11, 2013) Play Dowanload

Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with New York Times best selling author Jennifer Chiaverini about her new book, Mrs. Lincolns Dressmaker which details the extraordinary friendship between Mary Todd Lincoln and Elizabeth Keckley, a former slave who won her freedom by the skill of her needle and the friendship of the First Lady by her devotion.

Interview with Author Ingrid Croce
(Jan 14, 2013) Play Dowanload

Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with author Ingrid Croce about her new book detailing the life and career of her late husband American singer-songwriter Jim Croce. She details the moment she met Jim, the meaning behind some of his songs and her reaction when she got word of her husband's death.

Interview with Top Chef Micahel Isabella
(Nov 12, 2012) Play Dowanload

Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with Bravo Television Top Chef Season 6 competitor Michael Isabella about his new cookbook Crazy Good Italian. Isabella shares recipes from the book as well as his experiences growing up in North Jersey and cooking for family and friends for the upcoming holidays.

Interview with Food Network Star Tom Bury
(Oct 08, 2012) Play Dowanload

If you cant stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with New Jersey reality television star and contractor Tom Bury about his work on Food Networks number one program Restaurant Impossible and his upcoming appearance at the Suburban Home Show in Oaks, Pennsylvania. A contractor, architect and builder, Bury has appeared on "Restaurant Impossible" since it's first season.

Interview with Author Matt Bondurant
(Sep 10, 2012) Play Dowanload

Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello spoke with Matt Bondurant, author of "The Wettest County In The World," a prohibition-era historical novel about his own family--which is now being adapted into a film, "Lawless." Bondurant talked about the discovery of his grandfather and great uncles' lives during the prohibition era. Later, Bondurant discussed the difficulties in getting the book to the screen.

Interview with Actors Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman
(Jul 09, 2012) Play Dowanload

Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with actors Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman, two of the stars of Step Up Revolution, the next installment of the worldwide smash Step Up dance franchise which opens in theaters on July 27th. Both McCormick and Guzman discussed her characters and the plot of the movie. Later, they talked about their career paths that led them to these roles. Finally they discussed the importance of connecting with fans.

Interview with Author Susan Orlean
(Jun 11, 2012) Play Dowanload

Host and Rowan University adjunct professor Paul Perrello spoke with Susan Orlean, author of "Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend." Orlean talked about Rin Tin Tin's beginnings in Hollywood. Nicknamed "the dog that saved Warner Brothers," Rin Tin Tin earned more money than his costars. Orlean, a bestselling author, explained her interest in people's fascination by non-human things.

Interview with Broadway Actress Marni Nixon
(May 14, 2012) Play Dowanload

Rowan University Adjunct Professor and host Paul Perrello talks with Broadway actress and singer Marni Nixon about her work on the stage and screen and her most notable roles as the singing voice-double for Audrey Hepburn and Natalie Wood in Hollywood musicals My Fair Lady and West Side Story respectively. She also spoke about her book "I Could've Sung All Night," and what drove her to write it. Finally, Nixon explained her experience with voice dubbing in major films.

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